Pickwick vs UWI for T20 final
THE TWO UNBEATEN TEAMS will meet in the final of the Sagicor General T20 Cricket Competition on July 10 at Kensington Oval.
ESA Field Pickwick and Sagicor UWI will clash to decide this year’s winner after contrasting victories in the semi-finals.
Captain Kyle Hope stroked a boundary off the very last delivery of the match to lead Pickwick to a three-wicket victory over CounterPoint Wanderers on Wednesday night.
Needing 101 to win after Wanderers were restricted to 100 for nine, Pickwick reached 103 for seven.
Man of the match Hope scored 63 not out and Rohan Ryan 30 in a match where the batting failed to fire on both sides. Captain Diego Stuart and Chad Clarke-Reifer both took two wickets.
Earlier, West Indies opener Kraigg Brathwaite batted through the innings, grafting 54 off 51 balls before he was run out off the final delivery.
The lone support came from Renaldo Arthur, who scored 11.
Shane Jones took three wickets for Pickwick and there were two each for Zahir Motara and Adeko Collymore.
CounterPoint Wanderers 100-9 in 20 overs (Kraigg Brathwaite 54, Renaldo Arthur 11; Shane Jones 3-25, Adeko Collymore 2-11, Zahir Motara 2-16). ESA Field Pickwick 103-7 in 20 overs (Kyle Hope 63 n.o., Rohan Ryan 30; Diego Stuart 2-7, Chad Clarke-Reifer 2-29). Pickwick won by three wickets. (SAT/BCA)